European Digital & Media Literacy Conference Week, Brussels, 27 Feb – 1 March 2024

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Media Literacy Matters: the EU Digital and Media literacy Conference week in Brussels (Belgium), an inspiring and thought provoking event is being organised within the framework of the Belgian Presidency of the EU Council in the first 6 months of 2024 by Mediawijs, the Flemish department of Culture, Youth, and Media, CSEM, Media and Learning Association, Porticus Foundation, and UAntwerpen – Treatpie.

A three day conference on digital and media literacy in practice will take place from 27 February to 1 March 2024 as part of this week to showcase and exchange information about various digital and media literacy initiatives, tools, projects and practices.

We aim to bring together professionals, educators, policymakers, and individuals passionate about digital and media literacy. Delve into a wide array of topics and themes that touch upon the dynamic relationship between digital media and society. Engaging keynotes, expert-led workshops, interactive panels, and networking sessions will enrich your understanding of digital and media literacy, media consumption, and ethical considerations in the ever-changing digital era.

Day one will focus on the Fight against Disinformation while day two and three will address broader Digital & Media Literacy concerns and topics including teacher education, best practices in enhancing the digital and media literacy competences of different target groups.

Sign up on the interest list! (Registration will open soon)

Practical Information

Date & Time

Tuesday February 27, 2024 – Opening Evening Event

Wednesday February 28, 2024 – 09:30 to 17:30 CEST

Thursday February 29, 2024 – 09:30 to 17:30 CEST

Friday March 1, 2024 – 09:30 to 13:00 CEST


Registrations will open soon. For now sign up on the interest list and be the first to be notified!


27/02/2024: Sparks, 60 Rue Ravenstein, 1000 Brussels

28/02/2024 – 01/03/2024: Herman Teirlinck Building, Havenlaan 88, 1000 Brussels

Target Audience

Digital and media literacy professionals, practitioners and experts.